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Rejected: Shadow Beast Shifters 1 Hardcover – May 19, 2021
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A new paranormal romance from Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller Jaymin Eve.
My father made a terrible mistake. One I'm left paying for.
As a wolf shifter growing up in a strong pack, I should be living my best life. But after my father tried to kill our leader, I'm labelled an outcast, traitor, less than dirt.
When I can't take pack life any longer, I run, but apparently they don't like losing their punching bag. Torin, the leader's son, drags me back before my first shift... a shift that will reveal my true mate. I never could have predicted who mine would be, but the moment my wolf looks upon him, I'm filled with hope for a brighter future.
Afterall, no one ever rejects their true mate, right?
Wrong. Very wrong.
When the wolves attack, my soul screams for vengeance, and somehow I touch the shadow world. Somehow I bring him to our lands.
The Shadow Beast. Our shifter god. The devil himself.
Turns out being rejected by my mate was only the beginning.
*If you like sexy, dark paranormal romances, with humor, steam, action, a tough heroine and an antihero, this is for you.
Rejected is full length (100k) words, is book one in Shadow Beast Shifters series, and ends on a cliffhanger. It's recommended for 18+ due to language and sexual situations.
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- Publisher : Jaymin Clarke Publishing (May 19, 2021)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 398 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1925876225
- ISBN-13 : 978-1925876222
- Item Weight : 1.66 pounds
- Dimensions : 6 x 1 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,170,230 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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A quirky, fiesty, hilarious FMC. A sexy, mysterious, dark-ish MMC. Throw in some amazing chemistry, unique world building, and a plot that FLIES BY. I've read my fair share of shifter romances and while sometimes the trope is boring and overdone, Jaymin was able to create a unique, thrilling world within multiple worlds. I'm a major nerd so I specifically LOVED that aspect of this story and I cannot wait to read more about it.
I loved all the side characters. I loved how Mera lived a hard life but she also sought out the good around her. She was so strong but her heart was compassionate. Everyone she met was entranced by both her smart mouth, her beauty, and her personality.
And the Shadow Beast? I fell for him...hard. This was, in my opinion, a slow burn romance. Not much happened in this one, but there was just enough chemistry, flirting and the likes to keep my romantic heart going. Torin was horrible. Jaxson broke my heart. I loved the dynamics of the pack, the mystery of the Library, and the unknown of how this romance is going to go.
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Mera is the best main character. She’s smart and strong and doesn’t start off weak even though she’s had the worst time. She creates family wherever she goes and loves fiercely.
I love Inky a lot and I can’t wait to find out what he actually is and how it relates to Shadow. There’s a lot of things I’m eager to know about Shadow and the Shadow realm.
I don’t know how Mera does the things she can with the realm and after that ending I can’t wait to find out what she actually is! She can’t surely be a regular human wolf shifter, right?
Great characters and great plot, to end it on a cliff hanger!!!!
I can’t wait to read the next install net, which I preordered as soon as I was able.
This new series is definitely worth a read with a cocky defiant female lead. But while I enjoyed the storyline and finished this in 2 sittings, there were parts of it that seemed rushed and could become confusing, and parts that seemed to drag. New characters are introduced with just a line and little explanation which can make it hard to remember who is who when they pop up again 50 or 100+ pages later. There is enough mystery and suspense built in that I've already preordered the second book in the series, despite being pretty sure from about half way through this first book that I know the answer to the main mystery.